Adventures done in the name charity.
The bicycling Reverend Johannes Myors helps a stranded Marine suffering from Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
"With every revolution of the wheels... a prayer goes up to Heaven." This is Reverend Johannes Myors' mantra as he rides his bicycle across the USA on his 73rd mission to help people in need.
An amazing story of faith, trust, intuition and a bicycle angles all framed in the story of a beloved bicycle lost and then found.
Dave Adam is biking across most of the country in memory of his father and grandfather who died from Alzheimer’s to help raise awareness.
I've had the chance to speak with Daniel about his adventure. His passion for the bicycle and more so for mental health are outstanding. I ride with him in spirit.
My son, Prescott Lee Goodman, 15, was a fearless and passionate bike rider who loved nothing more than to be a leader in his sport.
Months ago I 'Discovered' that I had a gift which would "Transform Lives with the Gift of Mobility." That gift was cycling!
There is no better way to explore a country than by bicycle. And if you're going to be cycling the length of a country, why not do it for charity?
Social media has really helped promote cycle touring, push the envelope and has become a major vehicle for creating awareness. Here's a noteworthy adventure and cause.
Here's a little story from Peter Gostelow, a friend cycling Africa that recently had a misadventure with a machete.
In 1969 a Harvard law student named Denis Hayes dropped out of school to organize the very first Earth Day on April 22, 1970. That historic day involving twenty million people led to the creation of the Environmental Protection Agency and more.